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Top 3 Things To Know Before Your Cataract Evaluation

Category: Cataracts

Make Sure to Watch This Video & Learn About What to Expect During Your Cataract Evaluation   1.) Bring Someone With You During Your Appointment Your eyes will be dilated, so please bring your significant other, family member or someone else who can drive and also serve as a second set of ears. We will…

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When Will Insurance Pay for Cataract Surgery?

Category: Cataracts

If you’ve been putting off having cataract surgery, now is the time to bite the bullet and schedule an appointment. Why? Because if you don’t have the surgery before the end of the year, you’ll likely lose this year’s benefit of already meeting your insurance deductible & have to start all over again next year….

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How to Prevent Cataracts

Category: Cataracts

A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s lens, and according to the National Eye Institute, cataracts affect more than 24.4 million Americans aged 40 and older. By age 75, approximately half of all Americans have cataracts.   How to Prevent Cataracts From Getting Worse Cataracts are a common problem as we age, but there…

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Best Lens for Cataract Surgery in 2022

Category: Cataracts

If you or a loved one is scheduled for cataract surgery, you may be wondering what kind of lens to choose. Intraocular lenses (IOLs) are implanted during cataract surgery to replace the eye’s natural lens. There are many different types of IOLs available, and the best type for you will depend on your individual circumstances. …

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How Do You Know You Need Cataract Surgery?

Category: Cataracts

5 Signs You May Need Cataract Surgery Do you find yourself squinting to see better? Or, perhaps you’ve noticed that your vision isn’t as crisp and clear as it used to be. These could be signs that you have cataracts. Cataracts happen when the natural lens of your eye becomes stiff and opaque. This usually…

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Wearing Makeup After Cataract Surgery

Category: Cataracts

When Can You Wear Make-up After Cataract Surgery? Cataract surgery is a very successful procedure that can help improve your vision. In most cases, you will be able to wear makeup after cataract surgery. However, it is important to follow your surgeon’s instructions and wait until the surgical area has healed before applying makeup. Additionally,…

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How Soon After Cataract Surgery Can You Drive

Category: Cataracts

Driving After Cataract Surgery: How Long Should You Wait? Does Driving After Cataract Surgery Affect Your Vision? Most people can start to drive again within a day or two after cataract surgery. However, it is important to check with your eye doctor to make sure it is safe. There are a few things that can…

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Cataract Surgery Recovery

Category: Cataracts

Recovery From Cataract Surgery Cataract surgery is a very safe and effective way to treat cataracts, and most people experience a significant improvement in their vision after the procedure. In most cases, you can expect your vision to be much clearer within a few days or weeks after surgery. However, it is important to keep…

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Breakthrough Technology for Cataract Surgery: The Lensar Laser

Category: Cataracts

Breakthrough Technology for Cataract Surgery: The Lensar Laser What is the Lensar Laser? The Lensar laser is a 3D imaging, laser-precise micro-incision system that allows your surgeon to remove your cataract with ease and 10x accuracy. This technology represents a major breakthrough in cataract surgery, offering patients a more precise and efficient procedure with better…

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What Causes Cataracts?

Category: Cataracts

What are the causes of cataracts? What is a cataract? A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s natural lens, which lies behind the iris and pupil. The lens works much like the lens of a camera, focusing light onto the retina at the back of the eye so that we can see clearly. With…

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